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Carlitos gennav265 US-GAL equals? (Specific gravity 0.80): 803 KG5 HR 20 MIN 20 SEC corresponds to a longitude difference of: 80 05730 FT/MIN equals: 3.7M/SECA chart has the scale 1: 1 000 000. From A to B on the chart measures 3.8 cm, the distance from A toB in NM is: 20.5A course of 120(T) is drawn between 'X' (6130'N) and 'Y' (5830'N) on a Lambert Conformal conicchart with a scale of 1: 1 000 000 at 60N. The chart distance between 'X' and 'Y' is: 66.7CMA definition of a Magnetic Track angle is: THE DIRECTION OF A LINE REFERENCED TO MAGNETICNORTHA direct Mercator graticule is based on a projection that is: CYLINDRICALA direct reading compass should be swung when: THERE IS A LARGE, AND PERMANENT,CHANGE IN MAGNETIC LATITUDEA flight is to be made from 'A' 49S 180E/W to 'B' 58S, 180E/W. The distance in kilometres from 'A'to 'B' is approximately: 1000A great circle intersects the equator in 030W with a great circle direction of 035(T). An aircrafttracking the great circle will reach the maximum Northern/Southern latitude in position: 55N, 060EA great circle on the Earth running from the North Pole to the South Pole is called: A MERIDIANA great circle track crosses the equator at 30W has an initial track of 035T. It''s highest or lowestNorth/South point is: 55N 060EA great circle track joins position A (59S 141W) and B (61S 148W). What is the differencebetween the great circle track at A and B? IT INCREASES BY 6A ground feature appears 30 to the left of the centre line of the CRT of an airborne weather radar. Ifthe heading of the aircraft is 355 (M) and the magnetic variation is 15 East, the true bearing of theaircraft from the feature is: 160A ground feature was observed on a relative bearing of 315 and 3 MIN later on a relative bearing of270. The W/V is calm; aircraft GS 180 kt. What is the minimum distance between the aircraft and theground feature? 9NMA ground feature was observed on a relative bearing of 325 and five minutes later on a relativebearing of 280. The aircraft heading was 165(M), variation 25W, drift 10Right and GS 360 kt.When the relative bearing was 280, the distance and true bearing of the aircraft from the featurewas: 30NM AND 240A Lambert conformal conic chart has a constant of the cone of 0.75. The initial course of a straightline track drawn on this chart from A (40N 050W) to B is 043(T) at A; course at B is 055(T). What isthe longitude of B? 34WA Lambert conformal conic chart has a constant of the cone of 0.80. A straight line course drawn onthis chart from A (53N 004W) to B is 080 at A; course at B is 092(T). What is the longitude of B?011EA Lambert conformal conic projection, with two standard parallels: THE SCALE IS ONLY CORRECTALONG THE STANDARD PARALLELSA line drawn on a chart which joins all points where the value of magnetic variation is zero is calledan: AGONIC LINEA Mercator chart has a scale at the equator = 1: 3 704 000. What is the scale at latitude 60 S?1:1.852.000A nautical mile is equivalent to: 1852 MA nautical mile is: 1852 METRESA negative (westerly) magnetic variation signifies that: TRUE NORTH IS EAST OF MAGNETICNORTH

A pilot accidently turning OFF the IRS in flight, and then turns it back ON a few moments later.Following this incident: IT CAN ONLY BE USED FOR ATTITUDE REFERENCEA rhumb line from a position 86N 30W has an initial track of 085T is it: A SPIRAL TO THE NORTHPOLEA Rhumb line is: A LINE ON THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH CUTTING ALL MERIDIANS AT THESAME ANGLEA rhumb line on a Direct Mercator chart appears as a: STRAIGHT LINEA ring laser gyro is:; A DEVICE WHCH MEASURES ANGULAR MOVEMENTSA route is flown from (80S, 100W) to (80S, 140E). At 160W the Grid Track (GT) and True Track(TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart with a grid orientated on the 180 meridian are respectively: 290(G) AND 270(T)A route is flown from (80S, 100W) to (80S, 140E). At 180E/W the Grid Track (GT) and True Track(TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart, whose grid is aligned with the Greenwich meridian, arerespectively: 110 (G) AND 290(T)A route is flown from (85S, 100E) to (85S, 140W). At 160E the Grid Track (GT) and True track(TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart with a grid orientated on the 180 meridian are respectively:070(G) AND 090 (T)A route is flown from (85S, 100E) to (85S, 140W). At 180E/W the Grid Track (GT) and True Track(TT) on a Polar Stereographic chart, whose grid is aligned with the Greenwich meridian, arerespectively: 250(G) AND 070(T)A straight line drawn on a chart measures 4.63 cm and represents 150 NM. The chart scale is: 1:6.000.000A straight line from A (53N, 155W) to B (53N, 170E) is drawn on a Lambert Conformal conicalchart with standard parallels at 50N and 56N.When passing the meridian 175E, the True Track is:260.0A straight line from A (53S, 155E) to B (53S, 170W) is drawn on a Lambert Conformal conicalchart with standard parallels at 50S and 56S. When passing 175W, the True Track is: 078.0A straight line from A (75N, 120E) to B (75N, 160E) is drawn on a Polar Stereographic chart. Whenpassing the meridian 155E, the True Track is: 105A straight line from A (75S, 120E) to B (75S, 160E) is drawn on a Polar Stereographic chart. Whenpassing the meridian 155E, the True Track is: 075Near the magnetic pole: THE HORIZONALCOMPONENT OF THE EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD IS TOO SMALL TO PERMIT THE USE OF AMAGNETIC COMPASSA straight line is drawn on a Lamberts conformal conic chart between two positions of differentlongitude. The angular difference between the initial true track and the final true track of the line isequal to: CHART CONVERGENCYA straight line on a chart 4.89 cm long represents 185 NM. The scale of this chart is approximately:1: 7.000.000A straight line on a Lambert Conformal Projection chart for normal flight planning purposes: ISAPPROXIMATE A GREAT CIRCLEA useful method of a pilot resolving, during a visual flight, any uncertainty in the aircraft's position isto maintain visual contact with the ground and: SET HEADING TOWARDS A LINE FEATURE SUCHAS A COASTLINE, MOTORWAY, RIVER O RAILWAYA VOR is situated at position (74N, 094W); local variation is 50W. A Polar Stereographic chartsupplied with a Greenwich grid is used for navigation. To proceed along (magnetic) radial 238 inboundan aircraft has to follow a Grid Track of: 103A VOR is situated at position (N5526', W00542'). The variation at the VOR is 9W. The position ofthe aircraft is (N6000'N, W01000'). The variation at the aircraft-position is 11W. The initial TT-angleof the great circle from the aircraft position to the VOR is 101.5.Which radial is the aircraft on? 294After 15 minutes of flying with the planned TAS and TH the aircraft is 3 NM South of the intendedtrack and 2.5 NM ahead of the dead reckoning position. To reach destination B from this position, the

TH should be: 292After alignment of the stable platform of an Inertial Navigation System, the output data from theplatform is: ACCELERATION NORTH/SOUTH AND EAST/WEST, ATTITUDE AND TRUE HEADINGAfter alignment of the stable platform of the Inertial Navigation System, the output data from the INScomputer to the platform is: RATE CORRECTIONS TO THE GYROSAn aeronautical chart is conformal when: AT ANY POINT THE SCALE OVER A SHORT DISTANCEIN THE DIRECTION OF THE PARALLEL IS EQUAL TO THE SCALE IN THE DIRECTION OF THEMERIDIAN AND THE MERIDIANS ARE PERPENDICULAR TO THE PARALLELSAn aeroplane flies from A (59S 142W) to B (61S 148W) with a TAS of 480 kt. The autopilot isengaged and coupled with an Inertial Navigation System in which AB track is active. On route AB, thetrue track: INCREASES BY 5An aeroplane is flying at TAS 180 kt on a track of 090. The W/V is 045 / 50kt. How far can theaeroplane fly out from its base and return in one hour? 85NMAn Agonic line is a line that connects: POSITIONS THAT HAVE 0 VARIATIONAn aircraft at FL120, IAS 200kt, OAT -5 and wind component +30kt, is required to reduce speed inorder to cross a reporting point 5 MIN later than planned. Assuming flight conditions do not change,when 100 NM from the reporting point IAS should be reduced to: 159 KTAn aircraft at FL140, IAS 210 kt, OAT -5C and wind component minus 35 kt, is required to reducespeed in order to cross a reporting point 5 MIN later than planned. Assuming that flight conditions donot change, when 150 NM from the reporting point the aircraft should reduce IAS by: 20 KTAn aircraft at FL290 is required to commence descent when 50 NM from a VOR and to cross that VORat FL80. Mean GS during descent is 271kt. What is the minimum rate of descent required? 1900FT/MINAn aircraft at FL310, M0.83, temperature -30C, is required to reduce speed in order to cross areporting point five minutes later than planned. Assuming that a zero wind component remainsunchanged, when 360 NM from the reporting point Mach Number should be reduced to: M0.74An aircraft at FL330 is rerquired to commence descent when 65 NM from a VOR and to cross the VORat FL100. The mean GS during the descent is 330 kt. What is the minimum rate of descent required?1950 FT/MINAn aircraft at FL350 is required to commence descent when 85 NM from a VOR and to cross the VORat FL80. The mean GS for the descent is 340 kt. What is the minimum rate of descent required? 1800FT/MINAn aircraft at FL350 is required to cross a VOR/DME facility at FL110 and to commence descent when100 NM from the facility. If the mean GS for the descent is 335 kt, the minimum rate of descentrequired is: 1340 FT/MINAn aircraft at FL350 is required to descend to cross a DME facility at FL80. Maximum rate of descentis 1800 FT/MIN and mean GS for descent is 276 kt. The minimum range from the DME at whichdescent should start is: 69 NMAn aircraft at FL360 is required to descent to FL120. The aircraft should reach FL120 at 40 NM fromthe next waypoint. The rate of descent is 2000 ft/min. The average GS is 420 kt. ; The minimumdistance from the next waypoint at which descent should start is: 124NMAn aircraft at FL370 is required to commence desc